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Marisol Monterrubio Velasco
Biography
I have a degree in Physics by National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). My principal researching interest is to study the Earth as a complex system by mainly using cellular automaton models. My bachelor project was the study of the fractal growth in sub-aquatic caves by means of a modified Diffusion Limited Aggregation model. In 2007 I started my post-graduate studies in the Polytechnic University of Catalonia on the program research of Computational and Applied Physics (https://doctorat.upc.edu/en/programmes/computational-applied-physics). I focused my specialty in Computational Physics in the Geophysics group studying the earthquakes as statistical phenomena. To study this phenomenon I applied fractal techniques and statistical analysis. We applied and studied a numerical model capable of reproducing real features. In 2014 I done a postdoc in the UNAM. There I had the opportunity to continue developing the earthquakes model adding space and magnitude characteristics. In 2016 I was awarded a postdoctoral fellowship in the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) thanks to the agreement CONACYT- BSC. I worked from February to December 2016 in the atmospheric composition group to update the HERMES database. From January 2017 I'm working in Computer Applications in Science & Engineering department at BSC. My research focuses on developing earthquake models based on the Fiber Bundle model. Moreover, I'm working in a European Project where I'm developing an Urgent Seismic Computing Service using HPC.
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